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Poetry Reading Series: This project is created to make classical poems more accessible to people of all ages. Everyone in this project has donated their time and talent, to breathe new life into the great classics. e believe the art form of poetry is vital to nurturing our imaginations, empathy, and ability to communicate. We hope this project will help people in our community here, to people in foreign countries who are learning English as a second language.c
 
My name is J. Alejandro, and I am creative with a day job. Come along as I present readings of poetry, flash fiction, and other short works! Don't be idle, make art! Submit your short work today to be featured on the podcast! https://twitter.com/jwriterec https://www.instagram.com/writerec/ https://www.facebook.com/writerec https://cruzfolio.com/creative-drive-podcast/
 
I write poetry. A lot of poetry. I like reading poetry. If you're listening to this, you probably like hearing poetry. Every week I'll be reading a different poem of mine, carefully selected from either my poetry blog (poetry.nicoletabat.com) or from my unpublished poems and occasionally from the published ones. New episodes come out every Monday.
 
OneTaste (onetaste.us), a community of the world's leading experts in mindful sexuality recite their handcrafted poetry about love, sexuality, intimacy, and romance. Sharing personal experiences, based on their direct experience of investigating the body, spirit and mind in connection, these poets will inspire and intrigue you. Hear their words on spontaneity, surrender, desire and jealousy. Understand what it’s like to leave no part out.
 
Poetry Professors Dan and Becky Hansen help teachers and those who hope to better understand poetry do less guessing and more accessing! They've developed a simple and elegant approach to reading poetry that will transform your reading and your classroom. Podcast episodes rotate through the different stages of of the approach, complete with classroom activities, poetic readings, and guest poets.
 
The Boston Athenæum, a membership library, first opened its doors in 1807, and its rich history as a library and cultural institution has been well documented in the annals of Boston’s cultural life. Today, it remains a vibrant and active institution that serves a wide variety of members and scholars. With more than 600,000 titles in its book collection, the Boston Athenæum functions as a public library for many of its members, with a large and distinguished circulating collection, a newspap ...
 
Poetry Centered features curated selections from Voca, the University of Arizona Poetry Center’s online audiovisual archive of more than 1,000 recordings of poets reading their work during visits to the Center between 1963 and today. In each episode, a guest poet introduces three poems from Voca, sharing their insights about the remarkable performances recorded in our archive. Each episode concludes with the guest poet reading a poem of their own.
 
Indian Noir (@indiannoir on Instagram & Twitter) is a critically acclaimed, chart-topping podcast featuring thrilling crime and horror audio stories set in India, featuring Indian characters. Indian Noir has been featured in the CBC, The Hindu, Times of India, ABC National Radio, Mashable, Reader's Digest India, Men's World, Your Story and other media outlets. It has won rave reviews on major podcasting platforms from critics and listeners alike and is a chart-topper on the global Apple & Sp ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to spiritual healing, to help connect to our higher selfs. Sometimes we need reminders to help us motivate each other. I’ll also be performing Poetry Readings of mine that deal with all life, love, mental health, and a broad range of poetic expressionism. Join my e-mail list at DeLaSoulChild.com if you’d like to get updates on new content releases. You can also find my Music on all streaming platforms under, “De La Soul Child,” or click the link here, https://open.s ...
 
This is the San Francisco Haight Street poetry podcast TV, Mystic Babylon, created by John Rhodes. On this podcast we will have all the poets from the open mics, and poetry readings in the San Francisco Bay Area, on this program. Type in "Mystic Babylon" to iTunes and subscribe. Earlier podcasts will be archived on the web podcast pages that can be a accessed by big "Click Here" pictures, where it says Program Archives.To download the archives to iTunes go to "Advanced" in the iTunes Menu, c ...
 
Hi! Welcome to the small world of NMJ. It is all about books, literature, poetry, reading, life, love, music and much more. I admire friends who are listeners. I am learning to hone that skill these days. ☺ Here before you are stories and chit chats which I would love you to listen to. Will you be my friend and travel all the way through the Torn Pages of a Diary? ☕nmjs.in (blog)@nitmarjo86 (on insta)
 
Classic Poetry Aloud gives voice to poetry through podcast recordings of the great poems of the past. Our library of poems is intended as a resource for anyone interested in reading and listening to poetry. For us, it's all about the listening, and how hearing a poem can make it more accessible, as well as heightening its emotional impact. See more at: www.classicpoetryaloud.com
 
SHEW BUDDY! is a project of Higher Ground, a community arts program in Harlan County, Kentucky. Over its fifteen year history Higher Ground has created numerous photography exhibits and tile mosaics and created five original community plays. Each of these projects rely heavily on oral histories gathered in Harlan County and told by Harlan Countians. SHEW BUDDY! uses the Higher Ground model to tell stories about a specific topic. Each half hour episode includes monologues and dialogues from p ...
 
This is a showcase of a weekly series of spoken word shows, ‘finding a voice’, aired on CFRC 101.9fm, Kingston, ON – Show’s host/blog space manager, Bruce Kauffman at bruce.kauffman@hotmail.com — Notice: Some short segments of these blogs may only very occasionally contain strong/mature language.
 
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In this episode, I read an experimental short story I wrote about relationships. It is a twelve line narrative- each line relates to a month of the calendar year. It explores the fragility of the human experience and how quickly it can move from blossoming love to the end of something that was promised to last a lifetime. This episode is also avail…
 
In a special episode of the Poetry Podcast, Kimiko Hahn, Monica Youn, Paul Tran, and Megan Fernandes join Kevin Young to read their work, and to discuss Asian-American poetics and the role of poetry in our tumultuous times. Kimiko Hahn, a distinguished professor at Queens College, City University of New York, has received a Guggenheim Fellowship an…
 
Rosa Alcalá curates poems in which the body plays a central role as a performing presence. She selects and shares Roberto Tejada’s exploration of control and surrender (“Sun bursting as in water beads”), Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop’s stereophonic collaborative poem (“Light Travels”), and Black Took Collective’s daring, experimental performance piec…
 
This week, we hear from one of the co-editors of the first historically comprehensive Native poetry anthology – yes the very first. It’s called When The Light of The World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry. It was edited by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo with Jennifer Elise Foerster and LeAnne Howe. Organized…
 
The following is my thoughts on the idea of 'difference'. I've been thinking about this a lot lately after all thats's been happenng in the news about 'Black Lives Matter' and the very recent judgement handed down in the George Floyd murder case. I'm trying to get my head around the necessity to categorise people. Why is it bad to be different? If …
 
Blood of innocents. ## You can support Indian Noir by donating via https://ko-fi.com/U7U03JREM to cover the web hosting and sfx costs. Indian Noir Podcast is @indiannoir on Twitter and Instagram. You can also send me audio messages via anchor.fm/indiannoir/message This podcast is rated R 18+. It may contain classifiable elements such as violence, s…
 
Hello all! Today we bring you the work of Christopher T. Dabrowski! DEATHBIRTHA flash fiction story by Christopher T. Dabrowski.Translated by: Monika Olasek Support the author here:https://krzysztoftdabrowsk.wixsite.com/krzysztoftdabrowskihttps://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063614135306 Christopher is an internationally published author from…
 
The focus of this episode is a short story about a high school football (soccer) player watching a match being played .It was originally written in the three part narrative structure and moves from present day 3rd person point of view to a 1st person flashback and back to a 3rd person present day setting once again. This episode is also available a…
 
Hello all! Today we bring you the work of Sherre Vernon! ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Sherre Vernon (she/her/hers) is a seeker of a mystical grammar and a recipient of the Parent-Writer Fellowship at The Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. She has two award-winning chapbooks: Green Ink Wings (fiction) and The Name is Perilous (poetry). Readers des…
 
Poetry can be a great connector. It can connect us to our bodies and our histories. For Ashley M. Jones, poetry is also a way to connect with faith. In today’s episode, Jones sits down with the poet Faisal Mohyuddin, whose poem “Allah Castles” appears in the May issue of Poetry, the first under Jones’s guest editorship. Mohyuddin and Jones explore …
 
Bojan Louis shares poems that embody deep listening and engagement with particular realities. He introduces Alan Dugan’s grasp of each moment’s truth (“Love Song: I and Thou”); Layli Long Soldier’s poetry of image, witness, and ways of being (“WHEREAS her birth signaled…”); and Angel Nafis’s critical song that speaks to community (“Ghazal to Open C…
 
Prelude to Pralaya You can support Indian Noir by donating via https://ko-fi.com/U7U03JREM to cover the web hosting and sfx costs. Indian Noir Podcast is @indiannoir on Twitter and Instagram. You can also send me audio messages via anchor.fm/indiannoir/message This podcast is rated R 18+. It may contain classifiable elements such as violence, sex s…
 
Rights are a sacred part of American identity. Yet they were an afterthought for the Framers, and early American courts rarely enforced them. Only as a result of the racial strife that exploded during the Civil War—and a series of resulting missteps by the Supreme Court—did rights gain such outsized power. The result is a system of legal absolutism…
 
Elizabeth Blackwell believed from an early age that she was destined for a mission beyond the scope of "ordinary" womanhood. Though the world at first recoiled at the notion of a woman studying medicine, her intelligence and intensity ultimately won her the acceptance of the male medical establishment. In 1849, she became the first woman in America…
 
Hello all! Today we are so excited to share 3 flash fiction stories by Lee Anderson! ABOUT THE AUTHORLee has written short stories and essays for a multitude of small and large press publications, including "Fiction International" and "The Miami Herald." He also wrote and staged two one-act plays in New York City, "Supper's Ready" and "Little Ameri…
 
The reading of a poem, Freedom is Slavery, that I wrote in 2019 about the school system in Australia in the 21st century. Even in this day and age- the era of technology, advancements, new ideas and new ways of thinking, our school system has not changed since the Victorian age- We expect our children to be individuals, but they MUST conform to do …
 
Winner of the PEN / Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography and the Southern Historical Association Sydnor AwardDescendants of a prominent slaveholding family, Elizabeth, Grace, and Katharine Lumpkin grew up in a culture of white supremacy. But while Elizabeth remained a lifelong believer, her younger sisters chose vastly different lives. Seekin…
 
Hi there! Today we are thrilled to present A Flash Memoir (Lebensborn, Avrum, Pandemic) by Miriam Sagan! ABOUT THE AUTHOR:I’m Miriam Sagan, poet and writer. I founded and now run the creative writing program at Santa Fe Community College. Most recent books are MAP OF THE LOST (UNM Press) and SEVEN PLACES IN AMERICA (Sherman Asher). I’m working on s…
 
This episode ends with “Embraceable You,” the Gershwin song—but in a piano arrangement by Earl Wild. An extraordinary thing. The episode begins with some Bach—the same piece, more or less, two different ways. Jay also has some music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, known by some as “the African Mahler.” There is a story, too, about French horn playing. …
 
Peggy Robles-Alvarado introduces poems that embody complex identities with honesty, exuberance, and strength. She shares Toi Derricotte’s frank look at the experience of shifting from woman to mother (“Delivery”), Judith Ortiz Cofer’s reckoning with leaving childhood behind (“Quinceañera”), and Ada Limón’s celebration of self-worth and self-pride…
 
This week, The Cyborg Jillian Weise speaks with Ishmael Reed. Reed is a writer whose decades of work have been immensely influential to Weise. They’ve shared stages and pages as poets, performers, editors, and activists. They both wield humor and satire to seriously consider the violence of our governments, our literature, and the many other forms …
 
Issue #11 of real life paranormal experiences and Indian urban myths shared with Indian Noir. Unadulterated terror delivered right to your ears. You can support Indian Noir by donating via https://ko-fi.com/U7U03JREM to cover the web hosting and sfx costs. Indian Noir Podcast is @indiannoir on Twitter and Instagram. You can also send me audio messa…
 
Hey all! Happy National Poetry Month! Let's get back on track with 3 wonderful poems by Linda Imbler! Gray to BlackEnsorcelled Within the Moonlit Eyes of P’aqoA Backyard Incident in St. Louis ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Linda Imbler is the author of five paperback poetry collections and three e-book collections (Soma Publishing.) This writer lives in Wichita,…
 
“Like many adult pleasures, poetry is an acquired taste. We don’t grow up surrounded by it, the way we do pop music and movies, whose conventions become second nature. Rather, poetry is to our usual ways of reading and writing as classical music is to pop, or as ballet is to dancing at parties.”That’s from “On ‘getting’ poetry,” a feature essay in …
 
Sacrifice. ## You can support Indian Noir by donating via https://ko-fi.com/U7U03JREM to cover the web hosting and sfx costs. Indian Noir Podcast is @indiannoir on Twitter and Instagram. You can also send me audio messages via anchor.fm/indiannoir/message This podcast is rated R 18+. It may contain classifiable elements such as violence, sex scenes…
 
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke curates poems by writers who have influenced her own writing through their creative leadership, mentoring, or poetics of belonging. She introduces Juan Felipe Herrera’s invitation to a spirit of generosity and care (“Let Us Gather in a Flourishing Way”), Quincy Troupe’s musically attuned tribute to his father (“Poem for My…
 
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